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3/3/2021
3-4pm
Religious Freedom, Buddhist Liberation

This talk juxtaposes competing claims about religious freedom in the Japanese and U.S. empires to show that religious freedom is never simply present or absent in any given polity, nor has “it” ever been just one thing in any time or place.

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3/5/2021
4-5:30pm
Chinese Translations of the Buddhist Vocabulary of Sense Perception during the Han and Three Kingdoms Periods

This talk is a preliminary investigation into a large set of sources pertaining to the some of the first encounters between Indian Buddhist and native Chinese thought: the Chinese translations of Indian Buddhist literature dating from the Han and Three-Kingdoms period ( (ca. 150-280 CE).

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3/5/2021
4-5:30pm
Chinese Translations of the Buddhist Vocabulary of Sense Perception during the Han and Three Kingdoms Periods

This talk is a preliminary investigation into a large set of sources pertaining to the some of the first encounters between Indian Buddhist and native Chinese thought: the Chinese translations of Indian Buddhist literature dating from the Han and Three-Kingdoms period ( (ca. 150-280 CE).

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3/3/2021
3-4pm
Religious Freedom, Buddhist Liberation

This talk juxtaposes competing claims about religious freedom in the Japanese and U.S. empires to show that religious freedom is never simply present or absent in any given polity, nor has “it” ever been just one thing in any time or place.

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